The Rock Shared A Photo Of His Daughter Admiring His Tattoos, & It's Precious
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson might be known as much for his ripped and tattooed physique as he is for his acting skills, but there's one person in particular who thinks his body art is super special: his young daughter, Jasmine. On Sunday, The Rock shared a photo of his daughter admiring his tattoos on Instagram, and Johnson's explanation of why her fascination means so much to him was a really beautiful dad moment. According to Us Weekly, Johnson wrote in the photo's caption that his baby girl likes to check out her daddy's tats after she finishes eating. And while she may not know it yet, his ink is far more than just something cool to look at:
Johnson became a dad for the second time when his wife, Lauren Hashian, gave birth to Jasmine in December (he also has a teenaged daughter named Simone from his first marriage, according to Us Weekly). And judging by his social media posts, he takes his role as a father very seriously. The loving family man shared a sweet snap on Instagram to mark his daughter's "4 month birthday," writing that she was his inspiration:
But perhaps nothing was sweeter or more ovary-melting than Johnson's first Instagram post following his beautiful daughter's birth — a photo showing the buff actor holding the tiny infant skin-to-skin for the first time. Not only was the post a gorgeous, loving peek into Johnson's overwhelming new-dad joy, but it was also an incredibly romantic tribute to his wife, and a powerful message about the importance of involved fatherhood:
Johnson's proud heritage isn't just something he plans on sharing with his daughter, however. According to NBC, Johnson has signed on to voice the character Maui in Disney's upcoming movie, Moana, which will feature "Disney's first Polynesian and Pacific Islander princess." As the son of a Samoan mother, Johnson has said that the project is a big deal to him, explaining, "Samoa is in my blood, and to tell a story inspired by the South Pacific is truly a great honor."
kudos to disney for making moana happen!! she's the first ever disney polynesian princess!! totes excites— Gwen (@imaginedragwens) May 29, 2016
Who knew that a big and tough former wrestler like The Rock could turn out to be the ultimate example of sentimental #dadgoals?